MILWAUKEE — The Brewers allowed former All-Star second baseman Jonathan Schoop to go free, failing to offer a 2019 contract.
The 27-year-old spent his whole profession with Baltimore earlier than Milwaukee acquired him on the July 31 commerce deadline for second baseman Jonathan Villar and a pair of prospects, right-handed pitcher Luis Ortiz and infielder Jean Carmona.
Schoop hit .202 with 4 homers and 21 RBIs in 46 video games for the Brewers, then was Zero-for-Eight within the postseason.
“We checked out what was a best-educated prediction of what we might count on going ahead and the potential price ticket for that, then in contrast that to a few of our inner options and what’s doubtlessly obtainable externally and we determined to go on this course,” normal supervisor David Stearns mentioned. “Look, it was a foul deal, and that is on me. We made a commerce for a participant we thought was going to be right here for principally a year-and-a-half, and I used to be mistaken.”
Milwaukee additionally failed to offer contracts to left-handers Xavier Cedeno and Dan Jennings. The Brewers agreed to a $2.5 million, one-year take care of infielder-outfielder Hernan Perez and an $887,500 take care of infielder Tyler Saladino.